dua deriv.: duarua. 1adj Two. see: duwa. 2Just two. 3Two days. 4Day before yesterday. 5Two people holding onto something. 6v To be uncertain, unsure of something; to be in doubt 7Twenty 8Every two days. 9Second.; day after tomorrow Igkarua koy oghondini to koykow. We'll come here to your place the day after tomorrow.
Search results for "Two."
ligtù 1v To snap in two with a sideways motion, as of rattan. Ligtu-a nu. Snap it in two. [If something is being made from rattan and then at the end of the strand the rattan is bent backwards but does not break off, they will take hold of it and with a sideways motion snap it in two.] see: pagopù. 2adj crack Ko ogmalunoy on, konò ogkaligtù. If it is soft and flexible it will not crack.
tagpos 1n A string of an instument such as a guitar or kuglung. Ka gitara, hon-om ka tagpos din di ka kuglung, darua rò. As for a guitar, it has six strings but a kuglung instrument only has two. 2v To string an instrument, as a kobbiung or kuglung. Ka otow no du-on kuglung, nigkuò to bislig no intagpos to kuglung din. A person who has a kuglung instrument, took bislig ratan and attached [them] to his kuglung. 3Slender.